Summer of Two Wishes

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From New York Times bestselling historical romance author Julia London comes a passionate contemporary love story about a young woman who is torn between two men she loves.

Macy Clark receives the second worst shock of her life when a military official delivers the news that her husband Finn Lockhart was not killed in a suicide bombing attack in Afghanistan—he is actually on his way back to the U.S. after ...

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From New York Times bestselling historical romance author Julia London comes a passionate contemporary love story about a young woman who is torn between two men she loves.

Macy Clark receives the second worst shock of her life when a military official delivers the news that her husband Finn Lockhart was not killed in a suicide bombing attack in Afghanistan—he is actually on his way back to the U.S. after being held prisoner for eighteen months. Finn was the love of Macy’s life and she was heartbroken when she received the news of his death. But when charming ranch owner and real estate developer Wyatt Clark started calling on her, pursuing her with the relentless attention he brought to all his business deals, Macy was able to rejoin the living. She started seeing friends again, picked up her work at a dog rescue organization, decorated a big new house, and married Wyatt in a country club wedding. Suddenly, she has two husbands, two men who are determined to call her his wife. And now she learns she’s pregnant. But who is the baby’s father?

In Summer of Two Wishes, Julia London has crafted a compelling story that blends family drama with a heartfelt, sexy, and satisfying love story, guaranteed to delight her readers.

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"Superbly crafted characters, graceful writing, and sinfully sexy romance." — Booklist

"London's characters come alive on every page and will steal your heart." — Atlanta Journal-Constitution

"A contemporary heartbreaker....London knows how to keep pages turning." — Publishers Weekly

Publishers Weekly

Bestseller London (The Book of Scandal) puts her historical romances aside to pen a contemporary heartbreaker inspired by post-9/11 patriotism. Macy and Finn Lockhart work hard and love deeply on their horse ranch in Texas until Finn joins the army and is killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan. Three years later, Macy has glued herself together enough to put the ranch up for sale and marry land broker Wyatt Clark. Then comes the paralyzing news that Finn is alive and coming home. Macy suddenly has two husbands and must decide where her future lies. Difficult choices lead to bad behavior all around, and while London knows how to keep pages turning, the lack of sympathetic characters may leave readers struggling more with their personal feelings about war and grief than with the tension of the story. (Sept.)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416547082
  • Publisher: Pocket Star
  • Publication date: 8/18/2009
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 432
  • Sales rank: 542,592
  • Product dimensions: 6.78 (w) x 4.30 (h) x 1.16 (d)

Meet the Author

Julia London is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of The Dangers of Deceiving a Viscount, The Perils of Pursuing a Prince, The Hazards of Hunting a Duke, Highlander Unbound (a finalist for the Romance Writers of America’s RITA Award for Best Historical Romance), Highlander in Disguise, and Highlander in Love (also a finalist for the RITA Award)—all published by Pocket Books and Pocket Star Books. She is also the author of Guiding Light: Jonathan’s Story, the New York Times bestselling novel based on the Emmy Award–winning daytime drama Guiding Light. Don’t miss her short story “The Merchant’s Gift” in the anthology The School for Heiresses and watch for her new short story in the holiday anthology Snowy Night with a Stranger, coming soon from Pocket Books. A native Texan, Julia lives in Austin, Texas. You can write to her at P.O. Box 228, Georgetown, TX 78627, or email her at julia@julialondon.com.
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The first time two U.S. Army Casualty Notification Officers came looking for Macy, it was to tell her that her husband Finn had died in Afghanistan.

Suicide bomber, the taller officer said. Nothing left but a half-burned dog tag.

Macy didn't remember much after that, except that she had been getting groceries out of the car when they'd arrived, and the taller officer's eyes were the exact shade of the head of iceberg lettuce that had rolled away when she'd dropped the bag.

Three years later, when the third Casualty Notification Officer came to see Macy, she would remember Finn's black lab, Milo, racing in between the tables they'd set up on the lawn, pausing to shake the river water from his coat and spraying the pristine white linen tablecloths. She'd remember thinking, Don't panic, don't panic, over and over again as she stared at those dirty brown spots on the tablecloths.

Everything else would be a blur.

The officer found Macy at her Aunt Laru's limestone ranch house just outside of Cedar Springs, in the Texas Hill Country west of Austin. It was a beautiful spread, forty acres of rolling hills covered in live oaks, cedar, and blooming cactus on the banks of the Pedernales River.

Laru Friedenberg had married and divorced three times before the age of forty-five. The marriages had left her a little bit jaded and a little bit wealthy, and when Laru had learned Macy was hosting a luncheon, she'd insisted that Macy host it at her house. The luncheon was a fundraiser to benefit a nonprofit organization, Project Lifeline. Macy and a friend had founded the charity to help families of soldiers who'd been wounded or killed with financial aid or services. The organization was a success thus far, and Laru was eager to help.

"I didn't put up with Randy King for six years to sit and look at this view by myself," Laru had said with a flip of her strawberry-blonde hair over her shoulder. "Have the luncheon here, Macy. A pretty setting and plenty of liquor will open up those wallets faster than the devil in a white suit."

As it was June and not yet miserably hot, Macy had decided to have it on the grassy riverbank and had set up three large round tables beneath the twisted limbs of the live oaks. She'd dressed the tables in linen, littered them with rose petals and rose centerpieces, and set them with fine china from Laru's second marriage. She'd enlisted Laru to make batches of her signature white and red sangria, and had food catered from Twin Sisters, which specialized in "discriminating palates."

"If by discriminating they refer to gals who won't pass over a single morsel that isn't nailed down, then I think we've got the right caterer," Laru had quipped.

The day was overcast and a slight breeze was coming up off the river. An hour before the guests were due to arrive, Laru insisted on tightening the halter of the pink sundress Macy had found on sale for the occasion. "You look so cute!" she said at last, her hands on her waist. "Very hostessy. Has Wyatt seen you in that?"

"Not yet," Macy said as she donned the pearl earrings and necklace he'd given her. He was always giving her gifts: Pearls. An iPhone. A boat.

"Best make sure he doesn't see you until after the luncheon. He's likely to tear it right off your body."

"Laru!" Macy said with a laugh.

"What?" Laru asked innocently. "It's no secret that every time that man looks at you his eyes get as shiny as new pennies."

"Well, he's not invited. It's ladies only. Rich ladies, and as we both know, that's not his type," Macy said, pointing at herself and making Laru laugh. "Besides, he's in San Antonio for a couple of days."

Satisfied with her appearance, Macy walked outside to check on everything once more. Ernesto, Laru's handyman, was out front, sweeping the flagstone porch. "If you see a bunch of women in fancy hats, send them on around, will you?" she asked, indicating the walkway around the side of the house. "Gracias!"

Macy followed the path around the corner of the house. Laru was right — the setting was truly lovely, and her tables looked perfect. But as Macy stood there admiring her work, Milo shot past. "Hey," Macy muttered. Milo was not the sort of dog to run. Generally, he was much happier lying in the shade. But when he emerged from between the tables, she saw that he had a grungy rope toy in his mouth. Out from beneath another table shot a beagle in hot pursuit. "Hey!" Macy shouted as Milo headed for the river. "Milo, no!" she cried. But Milo dove heedlessly into the river, paddled around, then climbed up on the bank, taunted the beagle with his toy, and dashed up to the tables, where he paused to shake the water off his coat. "No!" Macy cried again.

The beagle barked, and Milo was off again.

"Macy Clark?"

Startled by the sound of a male voice, Macy whirled around and came face-to-face with an army officer in full dress uniform. Her heart skipped a beat. What was he doing here? Finn was dead. Dead for three long, miserable years. Three years in which Macy woke up every morning to face the heartache of his absence all over again, missing her sun and moon, realizing that it wasn't a bad dream, that he wasn't going to come through the door with his tanned arms and his straw hat pulled low over his eyes, grinning like he wanted her with syrup for breakfast.

"Beg your pardon, ma'am — I am Lieutenant Colonel Dan Freeman with the United States Army," he said. The bags under his eyes made him look like a sad old hound dog. "I need to speak with you, please."

"Me?" she asked as Milo and the beagle dashed in between them. "Is it the fund-raiser?" she said, thinking wildly that perhaps the army didn't approve. "It's the fund-raiser, isn't it?"

"The fund-raiser?"

"Project Lifeline," she said. "My friend Samantha and I — we wanted to help the families of fallen soldiers because they really need more than just the death gratuity. Not that the gratuity isn't generous. It is! But there is all this...this emotional stuff that money can't fix. So we started Project Lifeline. That's okay, isn't it? Surely that's okay."

What was she saying? She didn't need the army's permission! Macy was rambling, which wasn't like her at all, but there was something about the officer's demeanor, his blank look, that made her anxious. "You've never heard of us, have you?"

He shook his head. "No, ma'am."

Macy swallowed down a very bad feeling.

A barking dog and the sound of a car's wheels crunching on the gravel drive in front filtered into her consciousness. Someone shouted, "Bad dog!"

"What is it?" Macy asked softly. "What has happened?"

"Would you like to sit down?" he asked.

Now Macy's belly swooned. "Sir...I am about to host a fund-raiser."

"It can't wait, ma'am," he said, and smiled. "Maybe we can sit at one of those tables."

"How did you find me?" she asked, ignoring his gesture toward her tables.

"Your neighbor told me you were here and was kind enough to give me directions."

"Okay," she said resolutely, despite the rubbery feeling in her legs. "Okay, Lieutenant Colonel Freeman, you can't tell me anything worse than what the army has already told me, right? So please, whatever it is, just say it."

"Yes, ma'am," Lieutenant Colonel Freeman said. Hekept his hound-dog eyes steady on her as he reached into his coat pocket, took out an envelope, and held it out to her.

Her heart pounding, Macy stared at it. She didn't want to touch that envelope. It was impossible that it could contain anything that had to do with her — Finn is dead! He's dead, he's dead! The officer shifted slightly, moving the envelope closer to her, and Macy reluctantly took it. Her hands were shaking so badly she could hardly open it; the envelope fluttered to the ground as she unfolded the letter.

"Ma'am, if I may," the officer said. "The secretary of defense regrets to inform you that we have made a gross error in concluding Sergeant Finn Lockhart was killed in action because he has indeed been found alive. On June eighteen, at oh two hundred hours..."

Macy never heard the rest of what he said. She couldn't breathe, she couldn't speak, and everything began to swirl around her. The last thing Macy saw was Lt. Colonel Dan Freeman lurching forward to catch her as she melted.

Copyright © 2009 by Dinah Dinwiddie

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  • Posted May 19, 2009

    Julia London's move signals great beginning

    Julia London left Regency England and flew her time machine straight to the present in Cedar Springs, TX. With her, Ms. London brought her New-York-Times-best-seller-list writing skills. She needed every one of them because this must have been a tough book to write. She succeeds, of course, but only the most talented of writers-like Julia London-would be able to pull together this weaving of stories and emotions.
    For almost everyone in town, the homecoming of Finn Lockhart, previously reported as dead but now found after three years in captivity, is a cause for celebration.
    But not for Wyatt Clark who is now married to Finn's wife Macy. And, while Macy is overjoyed the love of her life is safe, how does she treat Wyatt, the man who pulled her from the deep depression after Finn's reported death and to whom she owes her sanity? How can a woman make a decision like that?
    Although Finn's return is joyful, it brings with it problems and repercussions for many citizens of Cedar Springs. How does the town handle the return of a war hero? How does the man who doesn't consider himself a hero take the adulation and interest his return brings with it?
    From the tangled motives and feelings, Ms. London creates a marvelous story of love and deceit, hope and redemption. She deals honestly with the deep emotions of Finn's family and friends. Perhaps the most poignant is Finn's story. This is a man who returns home to find all those things he dreamed about, that kept him going during his captivity, are gone: his wife, his land, his career, even his horses and dog. How does he deal with the trauma of those three years and his losses when his privacy is constantly invaded?
    Macy and Finn face incredibly difficult choices. Through Ms. London's deft writing and great talent, we feel the pain of the characters and cheer for them to have their two wishes-and many more-granted.
    This book is highly recommended, a real keeper and the start of a new chapter of Ms. London's exceptional career.

    Jane Myers Perrine

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 10, 2009

    This author just keeps getting better with each book

    What a story! I was totally engaged from the first page on. When I finished the book I was satisfied but I can't wait for the next book in the series to come out for more.
    Julia has a way of wrapping me into the characters she has created. I can visualize the settings and I almost felt as if I were there.
    I will be one of the first to purchase her next book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 19, 2009

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    Be Careful How Many Wishes You Take

    What would happen if one day your wish that you dreamed about came true? That your first husband was alive and well and not dead as everyone thought. But when you make one wish you only find yourself wanting another and that is where Macy finds herself - in love with the husband thought dead and in love with the husband she is currently married to. Macy Lockhart Clark finds herself reunited with her first husband long thought dead in Afghanistan and realizes she is married to two men and suddenly it occurs to her to be very, very careful what you wish for.

    How had it come to this that when Macy turns to her right there stands Army Sergeant Finn Lockhart returned alive after being held a prisoner of war for three years. When Macy turns to her left there is Wyatt Clark her current husband and the man that brought her back to life and smothered her in love and luxury. Macy had found love again with Wyatt but the love she had with Finn was never gone just buried along with his dog tags or so she thought. Now she must choose which man will be her future, the one from her past or the one in her present. She can't have both and when fate throws another curve no one saw coming at her there is even more at stake than anyone could imagine.

    Finn is back, battling PTSD and trying to find a place in a world he no longer seems to belong to. His horses have been sold off, his ranch is a shambles and his wife has moved on to a new life. All the while that Finn is fighting to find a way back into Macy's heart Wyatt is fighting the battle of his life doing everything he can to stay in Macy's life and heart and keep her as his wife.

    How could Macy choose between these two halves that make her whole - can she? With so much at stake and the reality that one will be happy and the other devastated instead of looking left or right Macy looks straight ahead and tries to figure out which husband she wants and which one will get his heart broken and try to live without Macy something both men cannot fathom.

    This book is amazing but not everyone will think so. Depending on who you believe should be with Macy will determine how you feel about this story. I went in with a pre-conceived idea of which she should end up with and thought when it did not turn out as I wanted I would be disappointed but I was not. You absolutely have to read this entire book to understand the complexities of the characters and absorb where the feelings are coming from especially in Macy's point-of-view. She may be torn but it seems her mind was made up from the beginning when she heard the news that tore her life apart the second time.

    Mary Gramlich "The Reading Reviewer"

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2013

    amazing book she chose who i would have!

    amazing book she chose who i would have!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2012

    Amazing story...you have to read this book!!!!

    Loved it...kept me entertained and excited to turn the page.

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  • Posted August 17, 2011

    Too graphic

    A good read but the sex scenes were too graphic. The story line didn't need the details like in grphic romance novels. I would have ranked her in a class like nicholas sparks if it were't for the sexual content.

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  • Posted October 4, 2009

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    Summer of Two Wishes Absolutely Best Book Ever

    I have never read a book that I have started in finished in the same day until this book! I absolutely loved it. It is about a man who goes off to war, and the wife is told he dies. She remarries and then three years later the husband comes back. (he didn't die) Now she has trouble on her hands as she is in love with two men.....it will keep you on your toes guessing what will happen next. I read it in one day.....the whole book. The writing is wonderful and touching. A MUST READ!

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  • Posted August 25, 2009

    An good plot but just an okay ending

    The previous reviews have summarized the plot so I won't repeat. I will just say that I, too, could not put the book down. However, the end left me rather disappointed. Not because of Macy's choice. But because it all seemed a little too tidy. Everyone's behavior became a little too good-to-be-true and all the messiness -- Finn's PTSD, Macy's complications, Sam's issue, Wyatt's handling of the land issues -- all turned out to be not much more than fleeting problems. Too bad because the plot was original and had all the makings of a good movie script. But the ending was just too lame.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2009

    Wonderful book to read

    One of the best stories of the year...

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  • Posted August 18, 2009

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    Summer of Two Wishes is a heartbreaking romantic read

    Synopsis:</span>

    When she heard that her husband Finn was killed in the line of duty overseas, Mary Lockhart felt like she'd died. Mary struggled to keep his Texas Ranch, but with cattle disease, her inexperience, and bad luck, she had to sell much of Finn's assets. Three years later, she'd picked herself up and created a new life. Mary still loved and missed Finn deeply, but she found stability and happiness with her new husband Wyatt Clark.

    Stability and happiness that shatter when Mary receives news that Finn is alive - and coming home. Mary is ecstatic that Finn is alive and can't wait to see him. But under Texas law, she must choose which marriage to keep and which to nullify. Faced with an impossible choice, what does Mary do?

    Review:

    Macy's in an impossible situation. If you thought that the man that you loved more than anything in the world somehow was gone and you suddenly had a second chance, would you go back to him even if it means hurting the man who helped you find yourself again?

    Julia London is careful to fully flesh out each of the three characters so that you can sympathize with each of them. She creates subplots that move the story along to its satisfying conclusion. The book raises issues of loyalty and being true to oneself as well as the unique strain that military families are under. The description of the difficulties that military families face both during deployment and when obtaining their benefits gave the book an additional dimension. Despite the difficult decision that Macy faces, I found the book is an enjoyable and satisfying read.

    Publisher: Pocket Star (August 18, 2009), 432 pages.
    Courtesy of the publisher.

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  • Posted August 18, 2009

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    Touching, sad, happy, romantic, and passionate; an emotional roller coaster worth riding!

    I can't imagine what I would do given what Macy had to face in this one. To first find out that your husband was killed, to get over that loss enough to fall in love and remarry, then to find out that your first husband was still alive.... Not something I ever want to experience, but it makes for a very emotional story. That's for sure.

    This is an easy book to get lost in. 400 pages just seemed to fly by. Everything Macy, Wyatt and Finn go through is heart wrenching. It took me no time to connect with the characters and I was right there with them from the very beginning. The story seems so real that when Macy cried I thought I was going to start bawling. The decisions she's forced to make and the turmoil she goes through trying to make them really tugged at me.

    The story takes place in Texas, and London does a great job of writing so that you can hear the drawl in what is being said. I felt like I was down in Texas. London leaves a lot of the detail up to the imagination. There was very little descriptions; enough so that you got an idea of what people looked like and where they were but not too much to detract from the story.

    I was captivated by this one and read it in two sittings. I found I just didn't want to put it down. I don't know what decision I would have made, but as Macy sifts through her emotions to decide what she wants I understood her logic and why she did what she did. It made me feel like I was making the decision with her.

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  • Posted August 4, 2009

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    an entertaining contemporary

    Deep in love with one another, Macy and Finn Lockhart believe their life together is perfect as they work their horse ranch in Cedar Springs, Texas. When 9/11 occurs Finn enlists as he believes that is the patriotic right thing to do. However, a roadside bomb in Afghanistan kills him. In many ways back in Texas a devastated Macy feels dead inside.

    Three years later, Macy finally is moving on. She is selling the ranch and marries Wyatt Clark who helped pull her out of the crippling fog of grief. However, soon after they exchange their marital vows, word arrives that Finn is alive and coming home expecting a joyful reunion with his wife.

    This is an intriguing tale of choices to be made as Macy loves Finn but deeply admires Wyatt. Although the premise has been done mostly in comedic terms (see Move Over darling and My Favorite Wife), Julia London freshens it up by using a serious undertone. Ironically, that somber approach also leaves no Cary Grant or Doris Day like warmth to any of the triangle lead characters, even the returning from the grave hero. Still SUMMER OF TWO WISHES is an entertaining contemporary as the woman with two husbands must decide on one or none; as she cares about both of them.

    Harriet Klausner

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